The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) in Kwara State says it has enrolled at least seven hundred and eighty-eight thousand five hundred and fifty-six applicants into the National database of the Commission as of October 2020.
The State Coordinator, Habeeb Olumoh disclosed this while receiving additional office accommodation donated by KAM Industries in the State as part of efforts to further encourage residents of the State, especially in Isin Community enroll for the identity.
Olumoh while commending the donor, advised Nigerians especially Kwara residents from age zero and legal residents to enroll for the National Identity as it is mandated by the law
In his remarks, the donor, Dr. Kamoru Yusuf noted that the essence of the donation of the structure was to encourage mass enrolment of the Isin people in the State and urged the residents to protect and guard it jealously
Similarly, the State Deputy Governor, Mr. Kayode Alabi urged the Youths to be hardworking in order to succeed in life adding that they could take a cue from the firm which reflects the resilience and painstaking efforts.